Anthropology, Art, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Engineering, French Language, Geography, Health and Human Performance, Health Professions, History, International Studies, Liberal Arts, Linguistics, Mass Communication, Mathematics, Nutrition, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Recreation, Religious Studies, Sciences, Social Work, Sociology, Technology
Université de Strasbourg
European by nature and international by design, the University's strengths and assets stem from its active involvement in virtually every discipline comprising the current body of knowledge. As a young university founded on an age-old tradition, it strives to attain cross-disciplinary so that this mixing fosters new research opportunities and produces courses that meet society's need. The international dimension is fundamental to the University of Strasbourg and thanks to the worldwide reputation of its research teams, built on excellence and efficiency; it emerges among Europe's foremost research universities. Each of the University's main academic fields of instruction is based upon research sections that are the driving force of the institution, with over 2,600 professors and staff. Solidly anchored in the European Higher Education Area, the University of Strasbourg, a beating heart of the Alsatian metropolis with its 42,000 students, has the potential to face the challenging international competition.
Strasbourg is the capital and principal city of the Alsace region in eastern France and is the official seat of the European Parliament. Located close to the border with Germany, it is the capital of the Bas-Rhin department. The city and the region of Alsace are historically German-speaking, explaining the city's Germanic name. Strasbourg's historic city center, the Grande Île (Grand Island), was classified a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1988, the first time such an honor was placed on an entire city center. Strasbourg is fused into the Franco-German culture and although violently disputed throughout history, has been a bridge of unity between France and Germany for centuries, especially through the University of Strasbourg.
Areas of study open to undergraduate exchange students:
Mathematics and Computer Science, Chemistry, Foreign Cultures and Languages, Arts, Psychology, Law, Political Sciences and Management, European Studies, Earth Sciences, Languages and Applied Human Sciences, Education Sciences, Social Sciences, Economics and Management (except M2 “Management de Projets internationaux” – admission in other M2 may be restricted), Physics and Engineering, International intellectual property studies, Journalism, Business, Chemical Engineering, Polymers and Materials Science, Technology, Technology, Télécom, Geography and Development, Protestant Theology, Catholic Theology, Literature, Life Sciences, Sport Sciences, Historical Sciences
Areas of study not available to exchange students:
French for Foreigners, Labor Institute, Business School Strasbourg, Medicine, International Intellectual Property Studies, interpretation and translation, Italian Studies Department at the Faculty of Foreign Languages